We will be at cherokee campground and craigs cabins, right behind the wendy's. You are talking about happy holiday which if im correct soco creek runs through it or near it as well.I would not be any help for you, but would love to know the campground Soco Creek runs through. I used to stay at a campground several years ago, that had the word Holiday in the name. I am thinking it was on Hwy 19. Can't remember the name of that creek, but it split and ran all the way around the camping area.
The last time I was up there the big water near town you couldn't get in if you wanted! Boo coos of kids playing! I do not know alot about there im still learning. Ive fished cherokee about three times. Ive stayed at india creek CG and fished a small portion of bunches creek there. Ive also stayed at river valley CG and fished some of raven fork around there. But we now stay at cherokee CG and craigs cabins on Soco creek and ive fished it from close to harrahs all the way down to the lower bridge where i had to turn around because thats where it leaves tribal waters if you go under the bridge. So still a lot of places to learn thats why i asked for help here.I'll be there tomorrow, someone I work with wants some fish. There are 100's of great baits and everyone will swear by something. Canned corn. salmon eggs, worms, crickets, Berkley Strike are my favorites when I visit the dark side. If your chunking hardware, panther martins, joes flies, rapalas all work. As for places to fish, I start in Bunches creek early in the a.m. and work my way toward town. Being the week before the 4th, they should have plenty of fish stocked for the masses. Just beware of the C&R section, there are plenty of signs marking it. Don't forget the bigger water below Cherokee as you head to Bryson City, I always hit that on my way out of town.
We will be at cherokee campground and craigs cabins, right behind the wendy's. You are talking about happy holiday which if im correct soco creek runs through it or near it as well.
Yea RouseD craigs cabins CG is awesome very friendly people just like family, very well upkept place. We will not stay anywhere else now. We love it there!Happy Holiday it is bsud. Thanks, I have camped there many times, but it has been a long while. My parents also used that one a lot.
Craig's cabins sounds interesting.
Yea thats why i never likeed fishing the park while school is out for summer, it is always crazy crowded!! Hopefully I can find some good spots to catch a few!water was low. We
skipped it and fished the park. Tons of tubers but saw people with fish so have fun and post some pics.
Im not sure I understand where you talking about bigger water toward bryson city. Can you point me in right direction as to where you talking about?there is 30 miles of water, you will catch fish don't overlook the bigger water as you head towards Bryson City. There were plenty of fish on stringers today. What was surprising was we saw maybe five vehicles on the C&R stretch. Most were fishing below the Parkway Bridge and above the KOA. There were people pulling fish out of the ponds as we were heading to Straight Fork.